I just finished reading a popular novel that was so wonderful and descriptive, not only of thoughts and words but feelings. I realized something about my own beloved book: it is missing heart and soul. That sounds cheesy, and it is, but it's also true. I love the book I wrote. I love the story. But it needs a lot more. It needs to conjure up more of what's in the characters' heads besides thoughts. I am new to writing, unless you count the writing done in school, but I am enrolled in a writers' workshop that I am excited about attending. Until then, any tips on how to inject some emotion? I feel silly even posting this, but am glad I was able to realize it now, when I can still fix it.